✔ For students in years 7-11
What real-world education problem could you solve using technology? How can you give children in the developing world the same access to education as you have in the UK? What could you design using technology to help them? Taking into account the way you’ve had to change your learning this year, could you think of any ideas on how to make remote learning more fun and engaging? How could you take advantage of cutting edge technology, such as AI, Virtual Reality or Augmented Reality to help you do this?
Teaching – What will the classroom of the future look like? Will we even need classrooms in the future? How can technology change the role of the teacher? How can we ensure all students are taught in a way that enables them to achieve their full potential?
Home learners – What experiences have you had learning from home, and what have you learnt from this.
Learning – How will technology change the way you learn? How can the learning experience be made more engaging and interesting? How can technology help to make sure that all students regardless of socio-economic background and geographic location, have access to the best education has to offer? e.g. How can you study with the best Maths teacher in the world if they teach in Australia?
What will you create?
Remember you can look at different ways of learning, outside/inside/beyond school. And you can contact companies, universities and colleges for support and advice.
These resources may be helpful:
Websites to inspire projects
Google Apps Marketplace – Education
Google Art Project
Google Earth for Educators
[email protected] talks on YouTube
Ideas around the future of education and technology
Edudemic – 40 ways education technology will be used in the future
Envisioning the future of education technology